by Timothy C. Winegard
The Mosquito is the human history, entomology, and biology of insects book which discovers the history of mosquito and their relation with humanity. Timothy C. Winegard is the author of this fantastic book. Timothy raised different questions, like why were tonic and gin the choice of cocktail for British colonists in Africa and India? What was the reason behind the surrender of Scotland to England? Why does Starbucks thanks to the world for its global domination? How George Washington was able to bring the revolution in America? Mosquitos are the only companion of the humans from the Stone Age. They are living side by side from centuries and yet both are the enemies.
Mosquitoes are the nefarious pest which is almost the size of a grape seed but they are deadly enough to kill a young and healthy man. They kill almost half of humanity so far and still, technology failed to save the lives of the people. Mosquitoes determined the fates of nations and empires, crippled and razed economies. Till now, there are 108 billion people born in this world and 52 billion people of the world have died due to mosquitos. What if, mosquitoes never exist and the population of the world would go to the extreme. This is a comprehensive book that explains briefly about mosquitoes.